Is a job for 1 month worth it?

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So I’ve applied for a few part time jobs and was wondering if it was actually worth it? I start uni at the end of September so I’d be working for a little over a month if I managed to find one. I didn’t mention this in any of my applications and was wondering if I could get in trouble knowing I would quit after a month? If it’s more trouble than it’s worth then I don’t see the point.
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I would say it depends on the hours I’ve got a temp job for around a month but it’s full time so it’s really going to help
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If you’ve got nothing to fill your time and no other offers, can’t see why you’d say no?
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(Original post by Scienceisgood)
If you’ve got nothing to fill your time and no other offers, can’t see why you’d say no?
I’m more concerned about how that makes me seem as an employee. Would I notify them I don’t plan to work for long at the start?
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yes i think it's worth it :yep:

everything is experience!
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